07-01-2012, 08:15 PM
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Black Aquarium background-sheet Application methods?
I've never been the one to use anything but tape to fix my Aquarium background to my Aquarium back-wall, but I have recently heard of people using all sorts of weird and unusual applications to fix their backgrounds onto the glass.
Everything from cooking oil to Vaseline.
This apparently gives a much better look as it does not reveal air pockets under the fixed sheet and is also low budget, which is another benefit - However, as much as this seems too good to be true, I was curious to whether this would work with Black Aquarium backing sheets, using the Vaseline method, as I'd imagine the Vaseline would show up streaky-white even when smoothed out with card to get rid of air pockets (Especially on black backing sheets).
Does anyone actually have any experience with such things? Because at the moment I am highly sceptical of the entire scenario, yet at the same time intrigued.